Flux Kit is an independent organization devoted to cultural projects able to connect Asia and Europe. Its work is mainly focused on Southeast Asia and especially on Myanmar.

Flux Kit is designed to create intercultural encounters and to record contemporary culture through a variety of curatorial projects, researches and artistic production.

Its mission is to promote debate between people with different cultural backgrounds and life experiences, setting up activities in Europe and Asia, and expanding worldwide networks among creative professionals and thinkers. Flux Kit develops projects that intend to establish a permanent research through the programming.


Our production/work is inter- and trans-disciplinary in character:




Exploring social phenomena and artistic practices, Flux Kit intends to connect arts to sociology of communications and philosophy. We consider contemporary art a space that doesn’t need, neither pretend, boundaries in order to exist and happen. For this reason, contemporary art offers us a unique dimension of freedom and experimentation. Developing educational programs, Flux Kit seeks to establish associations with other organizations who also recognize in arts and creativity the ideal space of synthesis where different disciplinary approaches can meet and offer meaningful points of view on the world.


Ilaria Benini

Co-founder / Project Manager



Ilaria Benini co-founded Flux Kit | Connecting Cultures in 2009. She organised Contemporary Dialogues Yangon, international festival of culture and arts that took place in Yangon (Myanmar) in 2014. She is a member of the Southeast Asia Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Culture of Taiwan.

Curator of “Asia”, a collection of books published by add editore (Italy). Events manager at Spazio B, a cultural venue inside Libreria Bodoni, a bookshop with a focus on Asia located in Torino.

Her research interests lie with communication and artistic performances. In the global context, how do communication and art practices operate and influence social structure, distribution of power, and the daily life of contemporary human beings?